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Marco Rubio's false claim about Hillary Clinton's position on abortion

Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida, who’s known for his strong anti-abortion views, said Hillary Clinton is the extremist when it comes abortion, not him.

"Why doesn’t the media ask Hillary Clinton why she believes that all abortions should be legal, even on the due date of that unborn child," he said during the Feb. 6 Republican debate in New Hampshire.

Is it true that Clinton "believes all abortions should be legal even on the due date"?  

The Rubio campaign didn’t get back to us. So we looked at comments Clinton made on the issue over the past 15 years.

Clinton has said she could support restrictions on abortions in the third trimester (about week 28 of a pregnancy) if the mother’s life and health are taken into account. Rubio casts this position as the equivalent of supporting abortions on the due date, but that exaggerates Clinton’s position.

Keep reading Lauren Carroll's fact-check from PolitiFact.